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Michelle Anne Iden
Michelle Anne Iden
BIOGRAPHY

Michelle Anne Iden is a retired counselor. She penned her first fiction novel in 2017, Emma Beware, first in a suspense/thriller YA series. She has been published numerous times in non-fiction in her area of academia going back to 1998.
Michelle also writes short stories, poetry, fantasy, and children's books.
She loves to research, travel, write, read, work-out and cooks healthy dishes. She enjoys spending time with her family and two young grand-daughters.
Michelle thanks God for all her blessings.

Michelle Anne Iden Books

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DREAMS ILLUMINATE: A Fantasy-Urban Fantasy Mysteryby Michelle IdenPublish: Feb 27, 2019Mysteries Action & Adventure Fantasy Teen & Young Adult Children's
I AM ON DEATH ROW: (As told through the eyes of a killer)
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I AM ON DEATH ROW: (As told through the eyes of a killer)by Michelle IdenPublish: Jan 15, 2019Crime Fiction Suspense
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EMMA BEWARE: A YA Suspense Thriller: Davenport Mystery Series, Book One (YA Suspense Davenport Series 1)by Michelle IdenPublish: Apr 13, 2017Series: YA Suspense Davenport SeriesThrillers Suspense Christian Fiction Teen & Young Adult
CLARA BEWARE: A YA Suspense Thriller: Davenport Mystery Series, Book Two (YA Suspense Davenport Series 2)
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CLARA BEWARE: A YA Suspense Thriller: Davenport Mystery Series, Book Two (YA Suspense Davenport Series 2)by Michelle IdenPublish: Sep 19, 2017Series: YA Suspense Davenport SeriesThrillers Suspense Christian Fiction Teen & Young Adult
ABC DOES IT!: The Joy of ABC's of Animals
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ABC DOES IT!: The Joy of ABC's of Animalsby Michelle IdenPublish: Feb 01, 2019Children's

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    • If you could choose three people to invite for a dinner party, who would they be and why?
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      • Michelle Anne Iden Michelle Anne Iden 27 days ago
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      • I love this question because it gave me pause on which three would be interesting to be at the same table at the same time. I would definitely invite Jesus because I love Him. I would also invite Abraham Lincoln due to his love for our country, the United States of American. Lastly, I would invite Mother Teresa because of her devotion to the poor and her down-to-earth attitude towards humankind and our world as a whole.
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      • Michelle Anne Iden Michelle Anne Iden 27 days ago
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      • To me, literary success has nothing to do with the amount of money that I get from my published works. It has to do with creating a piece of creative work either through a poem, a novella, a short story or a novel and being satisfied with the finished product. Literary success is an e-mail from a reader expressing their appreciation and asking when the next book will be available.
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      • Michelle Anne Iden Michelle Anne Iden 27 days ago
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      • First, I think good writing can be very subjective. What may be viewed as good writing by one person, may not be by another person. The main elements of writing a story that grabs a reader should contain an opening that grabs the person's attention to keep on reading. Also, character development is vital in that your goal as a writer is the ability to have the reader identify in some form with that character. Even though a story is fictional, it's my opinion that research is conducted so that there's accuracy into a particular scene. For example, in Book Two of my YA Suspense Series, Clara Beware, there is a courtroom scene that takes place in the State of Iowa; I wanted to make sure I used the laws and courtroom format of that state into the story-line.
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